Yorkshire Events to remember Hiroshima & Nagasaki

Yorkshire Events to remember Hiroshima & Nagasaki

“The bomb was not only dropped on the citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It was dropped on the whole humanity.”
Satoru Kanoshi

“It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity”
Albert Einstein

Saturday August 3rd
11-3pm
Scrap Trident Stall
Haworth
Contact : Sylvia 01535 601762

Tuesday August 6th – Hiroshima Day

Bradford
Peace Vigil
5pm
Norfolk Gardens (behind Town Hall Square)

The Story of the Nuclear Disarmament Symbol
Brief talk, Bradford Voices of Peace Exhibition opening & social
6pm
Fabric Gallery

Keighley
Vigil for quiet reflection with words and song
8am
Keighley Town Hall Square

Sheffield
Hiroshima Commemoration
10am
Outisde Sheffield Town Hall

York
CND & York Save the NHS stall
Parliament Street
3 – 6pm

Wednesday August 7th

Bradford
Children’s Peace Activities
11am Peace Crafts
2.30pm Storytelling
Fabric Gallery
33a Broadway

Friday August 9th – Nagasaki Day

Leeds
Peace Vigil
Park Square Gardens
10.40am

Sunday August 11th

Sheffield
Peace Picnic
with Bruce Kent & music from Roy Bailey
Japenese Garden – Meerbrook Park

(The nearest entrance for the Walled Garden is in Brook Road, Meersbrook)
Buses: 53 from Pond Street, 20, 20A, 25, 25A from the Peace Gardens to Beeton Road/Chesterfield Road.

August 13th

Bradford
Non-violence workshop
6pm
Fabric Gallery, 33a Broadway

0 Comments

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published.

*